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Art & Space MA: Facilities

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Here is the range of facilities available to you as a student at Kingston that will help you during your course.

There is a wide range of facilities at our Knights Park campus, where this course is based. Teaching in the Faculty is mainly studio-based so you spend a lot of your time in the fine art studios.  The dedicated MA production studio includes:

  • up-to-date G4 computers and software for 2D/3D graphics;
  • animation and video post-production; and
  • video projectors and cameras.

Other facilities include photography, printmaking and extensive workshops.

The University has its own on-site galleries, including:

  • Dorich House - home of the sculptor of Dora Gordine;
  • the Stanley Picker Gallery - featuring exhibitions of contemporary art plus exhibition space for students; and
  • project spaces in the main University campus, which you can book for the construction of large-scale work.

You also benefit from:

  • well-equipped lecture theatres, seminar rooms and workshops;
  • the library's extensive book and journal collection - as well as over 150,000 slides and visual references dating back to the 1600s;
  • computer resources; and
  • the dedicated Graduate Centre on campus - including IT facilities, seminar rooms and social spaces.

Resources in London

Kingston is just a 25-minute train journey away from central London. Here you can access a wealth of exhibitions and galleries, including the Tate Modern and the National Gallery.

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